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Linux Tutorial Glossary

Linux Tutorial Glossary - text


The executable machine portion of a program. That is, the part of a program containing the instructions that a CPU can interpret and act on.

stack   standard error   text   text region   region   region descriptor   region table   text region  


Introduction to Operating Systems -> Processes -> Processes
Introduction to Operating Systems -> Files and Directories -> Files and Directories
Linux Basics -> What Linux is All About -> Guided Tour
Linux Basics -> What Linux is All About -> What Linux is Made of
Shells and Utilities -> Regular Expressions and Metacharacters -> Regular Expressions and Metacharacters
Shells and Utilities -> Command Line Editing -> Command Line Editing
Shells and Utilities -> Shell Odds and Ends -> Shell Odds and Ends
Editing Files -> Vi -> Vi
Editing Files -> Vi -> Changing Text in vi
Editing Files -> Vi -> Moving Around in vi
Editing Files -> Vi -> Searching in vi
Editing Files -> Vi -> vi Buffers
Editing Files -> Vi -> vi Magic
Editing Files -> Vi -> Command Output in vi
Editing Files -> Vi -> More vi Magic
The X Windowing System -> Remote Access -> XDMCP
Editing Files -> Vi -> vi Odds and Ends
Editing Files -> Vi -> Configuring vi
Editing Files -> Sed -> Sed
Editing Files -> Awk -> Awk
Editing Files -> Perl -> Perl
Basic Administration -> Starting and Stopping the System -> The Boot Process
Basic Administration -> Starting and Stopping the System -> Init Scripts
Basic Administration -> User Accounts -> User Accounts
Basic Administration -> Printers and Interfaces -> advanced formatting
Basic Administration -> Printers and Interfaces -> printcap
Basic Administration -> System Logging -> Syslogd
Basic Administration -> cron -> cron
Basic Administration -> Webmin -> Webmin
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> Processes -> Processes
The Operating System -> Rebuilding Your Kernel -> Installing Your Kernel
The X Windowing System -> Configuring the X-Windows Server -> Configuring the X-Windows Server
The X Windowing System -> Resources -> Resources
The X Windowing System -> Fonts -> Fonts
The X Windowing System -> The Window Manager -> The Window Manager
The Computer Itself -> The Expansion Bus -> MCA
The Computer Itself -> Printers -> Printers
The Computer Itself -> HW Diagnostics -> HW Diagnostics
Networking -> TCP-IP -> The Domain Name System -> Configuring the Domain Name System DNS
Networking -> NFS -> NFS
Networking -> NFS -> Automount
Networking -> Accesing the Web -> Accesing the Web
System Monitoring -> Finding Out About Your System -> Hardware and the Kernel
Solving Problems -> Getting Help -> Calling Support
Security -> What You Can Do About It -> The Official Word
Installing and Upgrading -> Preparing for the Installation -> Hardware Requirements



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